With jobs at a premium during the COVID-19 pandemic, you might consider hiring your children to help with your business. Financially, it makes more sense to keep family employed rather than hiring strangers, provided, of course, your family member is suitable for the job. Note, however, that wages paid to children and other relatives aren’t…
In the Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP®, explains how the long-term care insurance marketplace has easily adapted to the “new normal.” Read the article here Disclosures: The investments referenced within this article may currently be traded by Henssler Financial. All material presented is compiled from sources believed to be reliable and current, but accuracy…
In June, the National Bureau of Economic Research announced the U.S. is officially in a recession. It’s important to take steps now to prepare and protect your finances.
The IRS provided COVID-19 guidance for health Flexible Spending Arrangements and section 125 cafeteria plans related to high-deductible health plans through Notice 2020-29.
Chief Investment Officer Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA, explains why it is so critical that small businesses keep an emergency fund of cash on hand—much like a household should for unexpected expenses. Beyond keeping some cash squirreled away, business owners should always know these three things: your cost of capital, your asset values and current economic…
This week on “Money Talks,” the hosts discuss the week’s market movements, the Chicago Fed National Activity Index, Household Credit Report, and housing news. The group takes an in-depth look at the changes that have been happening in the long-term care insurance market. The experts round out the show answering listeners’ questions on companies that are part of the shipping/delivery arena and adding real estate to a portfolio.
The “Money Talks” experts take an in-depth look at the changes that have been happening in the long-term care insurance market.
With billions left to be distributed in Payment Protection Program money—why did Congress have to extend the PPP in the first place?
Most economists believe that GDP will turn upward in the third quarter, but it will take sustained growth to return the economy to its pre-recession level.
Regardless of who wins the next election, with rising deficits, government spending skyrocketing, and revenue dropping due to the COVID-19 pandemic, taxes will surely go up in coming years.